Scott Bradley is the Constitution Party of Utah’s candidate for the US Senate now occupied by Bob Bennett. He is interviewed here by the Cache Valley Daily.
This could be the year for a third party candidate according to Constitutional scholar Scott Bradley. Bradley is running for U.S. Senate on the Constitution Party ticket and is running against several Democratic and Republican candidates seeking the seat currently held by Sen. Bob Bennett.
On KVNU’s For the People program Tuesday, Bradley said there are a lot of unhappy people in the country and the two political parties have become irrelevant. He says the biggest question between Democrats and Republicans is who will have the biggest debt.
Bradley is a former administrator at Utah State University and possesses a PhD in Constitutional Studies. Bradley ran for the US Senate in 2006 and scored 3.75% of the vote total, reaching double digit percentages in four counties. He also came in second place in the balloting at the 2008 CP National Convention for Vice Presidential nominee, placing well-behind winner Darrel Castle.